Fifteen US and non-US airlines, under the umbrella of the Air Transport Assn., entered into MOUs with AltAir Fuels LLC and Rentech Inc. for the purchase of up to 325 million gal. of alternative fuel. The new fuel, which includes second-generation biojet and biodiesel, could begin flowing as early as the fourth quarter of 2012. The deal is the single largest agreement of its type and will account for 10%-15% of the fuel used at Seattle-Tacoma International, according to Tom Todaro, CEO of ...

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